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Emerging Administrations in South-East Europe


  • Berceanu, Bogdan
  • Matei, Ani


The aim of the article is to explore the characteristics of the emerging administration of the states from the South-east Europe under the changes and reforms imposed by the European Union pressure and also to present what means these characteristics. EU throw his policies and strategies has a great impact on economic and social conditions in the European states and thus on their economic competitiveness. These countries have to face with political changes, economic changes, social changes and demographical changes. Starting from these premises and under these conditions our research will go on trying to identify the way in which the administrations from south east Europe become emerging, which are the conditions and the instruments that lead to this situation and if there are models and principles that can be internalized to achieve an European Administrative Space.

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  • Berceanu, Bogdan & Matei, Ani, 2011. "Emerging Administrations in South-East Europe," Apas Papers 386, Academic Public Administration Studies Archive - APAS.
  • Handle: RePEc:nsu:apasro:386

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    emerging administration; states; reforms; transition; South-East Europ e;

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